TMS, do you think this picture is new, and if it is i wonder what is about
Julia robert is a hypocrite woman and i dont want her around jen at all
Hypocrit or not, Julia is a good friend of Jennifer's. And yes these are new pics, from tonight.
From E!'s Marc Malkin:
John Travolta Makes First Public Appearance Since Sex Scandal
John Travolta is in the building!
The 58-year-old Pulp Fiction actor has been out of the spotlight ever since he was hit with a lawsuit accusing him of male-on-male sexual misconduct.
But he's back now.
What's he up to? Read on to find out.
We just got word that Travolta is on hand tonight to be a presenter at the American Film Institute's tribute to Shirley MacLaine in L.A.He's not sitting in the audience like fellow surprise presenters Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts, but will simply appear onstage to give his remarks.
Travolta's troubles started about a month ago when two massage therapists filed suit against him claiming he made sexual advances on them after hiring them for massages.
His attorney, Marty Singer, has continually denied the claims.
The suit was dropped, but Hollywood attorney Gloria Allred now represents the two masseurs.
Travolta was most recently spotted in Florida and the Bahamas.
Read more: http://ca.eonline.com/news/marc_malkin/ ... z1xAg1rrnc
As expected, this will air on TV:
Shirley MacLaine Celebrated with 40th AFI Life Achievement Award
Considered America's highest honor for a career in film, Shirley MacLaine was presented as the 40th recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award during a Culver City, California ceremony on Thursday night (June 7).
With the American Film Institute sanctioned festivities being held at Sony Pictures Studios, 78-year-old Miss MacLaine was applauded by a star-studded crowd including everyone from young talent Dakota Fanning and Oscar-winning leading lady Meryl Streep to big screen beauties such as Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Katherine Heigl.
Telling THR that she passed up on offering input into the gala in her honor, Shirley said, 'I've lived my life; you interpret it.'"
Of choosing MacLaine for her work in movies, television, Broadway, author and beyond, Sir Howard Stringer, Chair of the American Film Institute's Board of Trustees, said, "Shirley MacLaine is a powerhouse of personality that has illuminated screens large and small across six decades. From ingénue to screen legend, Shirley has entertained a global audience through song, dance, laughter and tears, and her career as writer, director and producer is even further evidence of her passion for the art form and her seemingly boundless talents. There is only one Shirley MacLaine, and it is AFI's honor to present her with its 40th Life Achievement Award."
With other stars including Mena Suvari, Lea Thompson, Melanie Griffith, Charlie Day, Morgan Freeman, Marcia Gay Harden and Elizabeth McGovern also on-hand, you can catch the AFI Life Achievement Award tribute to Shirley MacLaine when it premieres on TV Land on Saturday, June 24th at 9PM ET/PST.